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PRACTICAL TREATIS

90

ON THE

LAW OF WINDOW LIGHTS,

CONTAINING

I. What are Ancient Lights.
II. What Privileges New Lights have.
III. Of the Obstructions to Lights, together with the Reme-

dies for obstructing them.
IV. What will operate as an Ertinguishment of the Privilege

of Lights, as Unity of Possession, &c. and what not.

WITH

VARIOUS OTHER MATTERS RELATING

TO THE SUBJECT.

BY HUMPHRY W. WOOLRYCH,
OF THE INNER TEMPLE, BARRISTER AT LAW.
Author of “The Law of Rights of Common," "The Law of Ways,”

“The Law of Waters and Sewers," &c. &c.

LONDON:
SAUNDERS AND BENNING,

(Successors to Butterworth and Son,
LAW BOOKSELLERS AND PUBLISHERS,

43, FLEET STREET

G. DAVIDSON, PRINTER, SERLE'S PLACE, CAREY STREET.

TO

WILLIAM SELWYN, Esq.

ONE OF HIS MAJESTY'S COUNSEL.

DEAR SIR,

I intend this short Dedication of a Treatise on the Law of Ancient Lights merely as a testimony of the respect and esteem in which I hold your high and honourable character.

I cannot help saying, that whatever the fate of the little volume may be, it will at least gain some share of merit from the name with which it is adorned.

I am, dear Sir,

Very truly your's,

HUMPHRY W. WOOLRYCH.

Temple, July 8, 1833.

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